Hope they remind this Italian lot that it’s 50 years since we won the Anglo Italian Cup on their turf (alright but Bologna isn’t that far from Milan)!Emergency Board meeting called in Milan following news that they face stiff competition from Blackpool in the chase for Villa prospect.
I felt positive the previous season. I felt positive at the start of this season, even when we were losing. No Oystons, it's all I ever wanted. The rest is a fantastic bonus.Voy,
You are correct but I get what Dave is saying.
SS and his team have been a revelation since taking over from the Parasites but things seem to have stepped up another couple of gears over the past month or so. ....
A fantastic end to the season (finishing third) followed by the dispatching of Oxford in the Play-off semi and subsequent defeat of Lincoln in the final. To cap it all, early recruitment of what appear to be quality additions to the squad.
I've never felt this positive as a Seasider in 45 years of following the club.
The future's bright; it's Tangerine.
ps; Dave was a giddy Kipper on the coach back from Wembley!
I totally agree with everything you have said but for me the operative word is OUR new club because for the first time I feel we the SUPPORTERSI'm not sure my heart will stand up to what's happening at Bloomfield Road.
I can't understand what's happening.
Improvements to the ground.
Signings of good players on good contracts.
Management rapport with the fans.
Will it never end?
I bloody well hope not.
The Oystons couldn't have had it cos they don't have the necessary intelligence or the values. They had 30 years to do it, they got it all handed to them by a Latvian, and they even screwed that up and lost it all. Given it all, blew it!Do you know what I'm also enjoying about this is it's a proper two fingers up to the Oyston's with a 'look what you could have had'.
Two successful businessmen who supported the club as youngsters (supposedly for one!), one who could only see greed, profit and shafting the fans and the other who is Simon Sadler.